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Drug Free Way To Stop Motion Sickness With Sea Bands Wristbands And Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum

My Daughter has always had a problem traveling.  If she is not driving or sitting in the front seat, she gets sick.    She is an adult now but still has problems with motion sickness.

When we go on vacation together, I always give up the front seat and let her have it so she will be more comfortable.

When she was younger, I would give her motion sickness drugs but that just made her groggy and no fun to be around.  All she did was sleep and then felt crummy when we reached our destination.  She was so tired she didn't want to do anything.

Now, things have changed!  See the bands on my Daughters wrist?   They are a  Sea-Band wristband and they work by using accupressure.  We were a little leary thinking she would probably get sick on the the way, but.... they worked GREAT!!  She was not sick once on our 10 hour drive going to North Carolina.   On our trip back to Pennsylvania, I let her have the back seat.    She even mentioned how great they were working.   She could read, play with her iPhone etc and not get sick.



Be Prepared to Stop Motion Sickness in Its Tracks This Summer
 

It’s that time of the year again! You finished your summer travel check list and you’re ready to kick back and enjoy anything a vacation will throw at you. However, if Sea-Bands aren’t on your list then you’re not fully prepared for the likelihood that someone in your family will suffer from motion sickness, which could spoil your “car-cation”.

It’s a fact that 53 million Americans suffer from motion sickness (car sickness, air sickness, or sea sickness) and children ages 5 to 12 years old, women, and the elderly are the most susceptible. If you’re a parent, packing drug free, easy-to-wear, Sea-Band wristbands (available in adult and kids sizes) should be as critical as packing their favorite DVDs and snacks.

Parent or not, don’t let nausea from the journey or side effects from anti-nausea medication ruin your time at the destination.  Keep Sea-Bands in your glove compartment or travel bag and you’ll be ready to combat motion sickness within 5 minutes.  Approved by the FDA, Sea-Band acupressure wristbands are the leading natural, drug-free remedy for motion sickness (car sickness, air sickness, or sea sickness). They work using the ancient Chinese art of acupressure, by applying continuous pressure to the inner wrists (P6 Neiguan pressure point) through a small plastic ball on the inside of each wristband. This stimulation causes the nervous system to release chemicals that help to trigger the body’s natural healing abilities, relieving nausea in minutes.

In addition to the wristbands, Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum is a great option if you’d prefer to subtly relieve your nausea without having to wear your nausea relief bands. Pure ginger root has been used as a medicinal herb for thousands of years and Sea-Band has captured its natural soothing properties in a fast-acting, great-tasting chewing gum. Each piece of gum contains 25mg of ginger oil—equivalent to 8g of fresh ginger root!
 
Sea-Band products are available in mass market retail, supermarkets and drug stores in the U.S and Canada:
·         Sea-Band Drug Free Nausea Relief Bands: $11.99 (U.S), $12.99 (Canada)
·         Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum: $6.99 (U.S.)

* We were sent a Sea Band Wristband and Anti Nausea Ginger Gum for review.  In no way did this affect my review.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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32 comments:

  1. I can really use the Seaband Wristband and the Ginger Gum because I suffer from both nausea and motion sickness. I am anxious to see if these products will help me.

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  2. I would use it for my trip to lake tahoe. Its a long road trip!

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  3. These work great. I used them for morning sickness.

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  4. Those could come in handy. I sometimes get a headache after a really long drive. But if I try to read anything or play a game or do anything besides sit there, i'm done, monster headache.

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  5. Danielle9:07:00 PM

    I often get earaches accompanied by nausea. I would take use these when I am experiencing this and hope it helps.

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  6. I don't have problems with that, but I have encountered people that do!

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  7. These sound great! I've had a motion sickness problem all my life. Traveling is not fun for me. I even got extremely sick on my first plane trip back in November. I could totally use these!

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  8. I am lucky and don't get sick - but I will have to think how else to use these.

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  9. Terry
    You are a nice Mama to put your daughter in the front seat. That sounds like a winner for travel. No one in our family gets motion sickness. If they did, I'd put them in the cage with the dog like Romney did with his kid. Hahaha

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  10. I could use this because I still get motion sickness myself.

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  11. Thankfully don't get motion sickness

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  12. My nephew has motion sickness so I have to check into this for him. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Victoria,
      They have child sizes. When you get them, make sure they fit the wrist snug.

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  13. I have vertigo and motion sickness. I would love to try these out. Thanks for the info and entering to win :)
    Dawn

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  14. Thankfully I do not suffer from motion sickness nor does anyone I know. This does seem like a much better and Safer way to alleviate the symptoms! If I hear of anyone who does get motion sickness I will definitely tell them about this!!

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  15. I have always wanted to try these.

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  16. I used these when I was pregnant with my 2nd one. It helped a lot.

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  17. That's awesome that you found something that worked for her, woot!!

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  18. I would let my mom have them because she gets car sick sometimes.

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  19. It seems ginger is a good remedy for many things, and it's yummy.

    xoRobyn

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  20. I have suffered from this for years. Both sea sickness and car sickness. I will definitely look into this. Glad you daughter found relief.

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  21. I think this product is so good for stopping motion sickness though i don't know much about it but after reading your review i can judge its comfort and quality :)

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  22. My grandson has always had motion sickness when riding in a car. So far he has not out grown it. I feel bad for him at times. We have to stop almost ever 30 to 45 minutes to give him a break. If we do not he get very ill. I wounder if the Sea bands would help him.

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  23. It wouldn't just be for motion sickness for me, I could use it for the other times I get nauseous. I used to wear a similar thing like this when I was pregnant.

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    1. I hear it works well for pregnant women.

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  24. My mother has horrible motion sickness so she has tried everything. Usually her only hope is dramamine, but these bands are helpful for her on shorter trips or ones that don't involve a boat.

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    1. One thing you need to do with these bands is make sure they are the proper size. My Daughter is wearing a child size because she has a small wrist.

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  25. I have motion sickness. in the car, on the metro ugh

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  26. i need this for my atlantic city vacation

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  27. I get sick on airplanes and cruise ships. It would be great to have these on hand for our next vacation and to see how well they work. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  28. I get motion sickness.

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